TfL has reminded Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors) members that their accreditation could be in jeopardy if they do not immediately tell it of any offences they commit. Following the Metropolitan Police Service’s Operation Safeway, anecdotal evidence suggests there has been a marked increase in the number of PG9s issued to operators by Vosa and the police. One bronze Fors member contacted MT after its re-accreditation was placed in doubt when it received four PG9s. Three were for load restraint […]
The Department for International Trade’s publication of a revised list of temporary tariffs on truck imports if the UK leaves the EU without an agreement once again raises the question of the impact of commercial vehicle pricing on haulage operating costs and profitability.
Aztek Logistics MD Stuart Charter (pictured) assesses the logistics sector’s existential crisis
Hauliers left to find out their own Direct Vision Standard ratings, after TfL surrenders responsibility
The Direct Vision Standard (DVS) ratings for Euro-6 trucks are now available, but in an unexpected twist TfL has placed the burden of finding out what they are onto the shoulders of hauliers and truck manufacturers.